Directed by Charlie Flynn-McIver
PLAYFUL | COMING OF AGE | COMEDY
It’s 1973: Nixon is president, Aerosmith is releasing their first album, and 19 year old Linda O’Shea has been tasked by her mother with explaining the birds and the bees to her little sister. Things quickly snowball into hilarious crisis after the conversation is overheard by the parish priest. As secrets are unintentionally revealed, it takes every member of the modest, Irish Catholic O’Shea family — from Linda’s quirky younger sister to her sassy aunt — to keep the family’s name in good standing.
Content advisory: strong language and mature content, including colorful discussion of sex and sexuality
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Pre-selected Masked Performances
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Incident at Our Lady of Perpetual Help
Friday, February 9 at 2pm
Thursday, February 22 at 7:30pm
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